• 40 Pages Sociology 120 Study Guide Exam 1
    Sociology 120 Study Guide Exam 1

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    Sociology 120 Study Guide: Exam 1 10/16 More kids in America grow up in single parent homes than in any other country in the western world Rate of divorce has slowly been declining since 1980 90% marry eventually America is having enough kids to keep the

  • 11 Pages Sociology Review
    Sociology Review

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    Attitudes towards marriage: CHANGE 1950s-1970s; Positive attitudes towards marriage declining, increasing approval of singlehood, disapproval of marital restrictions STABILITY 1980s-1990s; General disposition towards marrying and marriage favorable and st

  • 2 Pages News Reflection Two
    News Reflection Two

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    Aliza Goldberg Sociology 120-319 October 27, 2011 Padma Priyadarshini News Reflection Summaries Article One: Dont Ask, Dont Tell Ends This Week With Celebrations, Revelations and Questions Published: September 19, 2011 Summary: The New York Times explaine

  • 2 Pages News Reflection Three
    News Reflection Three

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    Aliza Goldberg Sociology 120-319 December 6, 2011 Padma Priyadarshini News Reflection Summaries Article One: In the Clicks of a Mouse, a Betrayal Published: November 4, 2011 Summary: The New York Times explained a womans experience on Craigslist after fin

  • 2 Pages News Reflection One
    News Reflection One

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    Aliza Goldberg Sociology 120-001 October 4, 2011 Padma Priyadarshini News Reflection Summaries Article One: One Sperm Donor, 150 Offspring Published: September 5, 2011 Summary: The New York Times explained how the United States has no limit on how many ch

  • 7 Pages Lecture 19
    Lecture 19

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 19: Divorce I Prof. Elwert 1. Died too young to meet grandchild in a meaningful sense 2. Had too many siblings. Program to get elderly out of poverty was S ocial Security. In the 1960s and 1970s, Social S ecurity i

  • 12 Pages Lecture 18
    Lecture 18

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 18: The Elderly & Grandparenting Prof. Elwert Lareau did a defailed ethnic study: found the educational differences because of class. Nobody before her investigated how things that parents give to their kids leads

  • 17 Pages Lecture 17
    Lecture 17

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 17: Children and Parents Prof. Elwert Two kinds of work: housework and care work. C are work is the caretaking that one family member does for another. C are work is very underpaid. Discussed who does what? The sec

  • 7 Pages Lecture 16
    Lecture 16

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 16: Work and Families II Prof. Elwert F emale participation has risen since WWI, but fallen now a litle from the economic crisis. S ubgroups: rise in female participation for all wmen on average, but alsoo an incre

  • 10 Pages Lecture 15
    Lecture 15

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 15: Work and Families I Prof. Elwert First Midterm !"#$%&%'(")!"#$%&!'()*#(+,-./! 0#&1(2(/$#3!"#$%&! 0.(/*!8$/9&! EF$2)!G/!8$/9&! 4! 45! 5! 56! 6! '! 7! :;<=>! ?@<:>! ?A<?=! B=<?A! BA<B:! ;:<BC! D<;?! C?H! ADH! A>H

  • 13 Pages Lecture 13 & 14
    Lecture 13 & 14

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    Current and future Sociology Majors Check out the SOCIOLOGY CAREER PANEL This Thursday! 4pm 8417 Social Sciences - Unsure what to do with your degree? - Marketing your skills to employers - Applying to grad school and volunteer organizations Come meet a g

  • 13 Pages Lecture 24
    Lecture 24

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 24: Functional v. Legal Definitions of the Family Conflict & Domestic Violence Prof. Elwert S ix states have fully legalized marriage. Can pass defensive marriage laws that make marriage between a man and woman. Pu

  • 52 Pages Exam One Textbook Notes
    Exam One Textbook Notes

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    Notespgs.417and188192 03:39 Introduction GivingthestatementIthinktheAmericanfamilyisintroublethesedayshad9of14 agree,butwhenaskediftheirfamilywasintrouble,theyonlyhad1of14. MostAmericansthinkthatfamilylifeingeneralisindecline,butnottheirownfamilies. Trad

  • 59 Pages Exam Two Textbook Notes
    Exam Two Textbook Notes

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    ChapterSeven:CohabitationandMarriage 101511 Introduction StoryofRandywantingawifefromadifferentcountry Foundonewithason,married,gotdivorcedafterafewmonthsandLorasaidtherewas ongoingabuse MarriagewasarrangedbyanAmericanmatchmakingcompanythatrecruitsRussia

  • 7 Pages Soc 120 Class Notes
    Soc 120 Class Notes

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    MarriageandFamilyDiscussionClassNotes 19:52 PublicFamily Careofthedependents Children Elderly Ill/disabled Producingpublicgoods(positiveexternality) Relatedintermsof Marriage Sharedparenthood Partnership Freeriderproblem Private Intimacy Lastindefinitely

  • 5 Pages Review for 2nd Midterm
    Review For 2nd Midterm

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    Review for 2nd Midterm Does teenage childbearing cause disadvantage? Explain. No. This is more because of selection and less because of selection. Explain the difference between institutional, companionate, and individualization in marriage. Institutional

  • 3 Pages Practice MidTerm- Marriage and Family
    Practice MidTerm- Marriage And Family

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    1 Practice Midterm Exam Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Prof. Elwert Fall 2011 Your Name: _ TA Name: _ Student ID#: _ Section # (see list below): _ This exam is divided into three sections Part 1: Multiple-Choice XX points ca. X minutes Part 2: Fill-In-T

  • 4 Pages Midterm 1 Review
    Midterm 1 Review

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    REVIEW FOR 1ST MIDTERM 1. DO THE FOLLOWING DESCRIBE A PUBLIC OR PRIVATE FAMILY? Two or more individuals-private One or more adults who are related-public Intimate relationship-private Taking care of dependents-public Expectation of permanence (or until ch

  • 2 Pages Marriage and Family Discussion Notes
    Marriage And Family Discussion Notes

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    Discussion 9/19/11 Marriage based on love was inconceivable? -Based on survivaleconomic arrangement -Public goods -Emphasis on security, less emphasis on happiness and emotions -Alliance between families -Love is unstable -Protection What factors led to a

  • 2 Pages Marriage and Family Discussion Exam Review
    Marriage And Family Discussion Exam Review

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    Marriage and Family Exam Discussion Review Polygamy2 wives Polyandry2 husbands The Na does not respect biological father Avunculocal is living with an uncle Primogeniture is when the first born inherits the fathers property How did the Christian church in

  • 57 Pages Home Notes
    Home Notes

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    MyNotes:MarriageandFamilyLectureOne 05:38 Introduction CollegestudentsbelievethatAmericanfamiliesaresuffering butnottheirownissues Traditionalistsviewchildrearingasthemainpurposeofmarriage Againstsingleparents Modernistsplacehighimportanceonpersonalreward

  • 18 Pages Discussion Class Notes
    Discussion Class Notes

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    MarriageandFamilyDiscussionClassNotes 20:08 PublicFamily Careofthedependents Children Elderly Ill/disabled Producingpublicgoods(positiveexternality) Relatedintermsof Marriage Sharedparenthood Partnership Freeriderproblem Private Intimacy Lastindefinitely

  • 2 Pages Micronutrient Table
    Micronutrient Table

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    Nutrient Vitamin A Function Vision, cell differentiation, antioxidant (betacarotene) Ca absorption, bone metabolism Antioxidant Deficiency Disease Deficiency Symptoms Night blindness, keratosis Excess Liver toxicity, headaches, bone pain, bone fractures,

  • 93 Pages Book Notes
    Book Notes

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    Sociology 120 Pages 417; 188192 Traditionalists View childrearing as the central purpose of marriage Favor public policies that encourage marriage Believe marriage should be between a man and woman Modern Focus on the personal rewards that family life pro

  • 19 Pages Lecture 23
    Lecture 23

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  • 9 Pages Lecture 22
    Lecture 22

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 22: Remarriage and Stepfamilies Prof. Elwert Review Divorce Effects Women Men Children Distress vs disorder Limited evidence for detrimental effect on academic achievement Causality vs selection! 1 More on C

  • 9 Pages Lecture 21
    Lecture 21

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 21: Divorce Effects Prof. Elwert Review Divorce II Explanations Micro Age at marriage Parental divorce Fire alarm 1 Preview Micro Explanations (contd) Consequences of divorce for spouses Consequences of di

  • 16 Pages Discussion Notes
    Discussion Notes

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    DiscussionNotes 110711 NotesonthePaper Containallthreetasks Nocitingifreferringtothelecture(lecturenumber)or(Cherlin12) 1.Thesisstatement2.Firsttask3.Secondtask4.Whatyouhavetosay Thirdtasksshoulddrawfromexamplesinfirstandsecondtask Tasksoneandtwomaytalkab

  • 3 Pages Lecture 27 copy
    Lecture 27 Copy

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    TANF- for law, income, poor, don't need to work right away EITC- law income, only for those who work and called workfare materialism (practices that are focus on bare survival: food, shelter)->post- materialist values (self- expression: become important i

  • 3 Pages Lecture 26 copy
    Lecture 26 Copy

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    12/7/11% Soc%120:%Marriage%and%the%Family% Lecture%26:%Social%Policy,%Family% Change%At%Home%and%Abroad% Prof.%Elwert% Preview% Family%&%Social%Policy% Welfare%and%"Workfare"%through%the%ages% Family%Change%in%the%United%States% Family%Change%Worldwide

  • 3 Pages Lecture 25 copy
    Lecture 25 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 25: Understanding Family Violence Family Policy & Social Policy Prof. Elwert Review Formal vs. Functional Definition of the Family Approaches to family law Allison vs. Virginia virigina took legal- allison took f

  • 3 Pages Lecture 24 copy
    Lecture 24 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 24: Functional v. Legal Definitions of the Family Conflict & Domestic Violence Prof. Elwert Review Gay Marriage Marital rights and obligations The legal landscape of gay marriage Public opinion on gay rights U.S.

  • 3 Pages Lecture 22 copy
    Lecture 22 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 22: Remarriage and Stepfamilies Prof. Elwert Review Divorce Effects Women Men Children Distress vs disorder Limited evidence for detrimental effect on academic achievement Causality vs selection! on average- kid

  • 3 Pages Lecture 20 copy
    Lecture 20 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 20: Divorce II Prof. Elwert companionate to individualized Review Divorce I History Three periods Trends & group differences divorce tolerance- americans have come to grips with the reality of divorce fault pri

  • 3 Pages Lecture 18 copy
    Lecture 18 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 18: The Elderly & Grandparenting Prof. Elwert Review Parents & children learns basis of the culture- how to interact secondary socialization- learn to become part of a subgroup (profession, class) Socialization

  • 3 Pages Lecture 17 copy
    Lecture 17 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 17: Children and Parents Prof. Elwert Review Care work and housework Who does what? Second shift Understanding gender division of household labor Power & authority Self-reinforcing mechanisms Strategies of comi

  • 3 Pages Lecture 16 copy
    Lecture 16 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 16: Work and Families II Prof. Elwert Review Female labor force participation Reasons for increase (pull/push) today- far more acceptable for women to work in the labor force about half of men think children are

  • 8 Pages Exam One Review Session
    Exam One Review Session

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    ReviewSession 101811 StudySession Exchangetheory=marketplace Breadwinnerhomemakermodelwasatitspeakinthe1950s Lovingvs.VirginiarepealofallremainingantiIMlaws Maritalrape Righttovoteforwomen MarriedwomenspropertyactandSenecaFalls(1848) Blackkidsaremorelikel

  • 8 Pages Review for 1st Midterm
    Review For 1st Midterm

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    Review for 1st Midterm 1. Do the following describe a public or private family? a. Two or more individuals: Private b. One or more adults who are related: Public c. Intimate relationship: Private d. Taking care of dependents: Public e. Expectation of perm

  • 10 Pages Lecture 1
    Lecture 1

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    9/5/11 Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 1 Introduction Prof. Felix Elwert How s the American Family? Well, it depends and what you want to emphasize, and how you want to evaluate it! In deep trouble Male-breadwinner-female-homemaker family in d

  • 4 Pages Lecture 20
    Lecture 20

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 20: Divorce II Prof. Elwert Review Divorce I History Three periods Trends & group differences Explanations Macro No fault divorce legislation Cultural change Womens employment Opportunity effect Income e

  • 15 Pages Lectures 9 and 10
    Lectures 9 And 10

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 9: Race I Prof. Elwert Class is easier to d efine because it's about economic r esources. Notion of p overty- goal was to show you how p overty is actualy d efined. People are p oor if they learn less than three ti

  • 13 Pages Lectures 6 and 7
    Lectures 6 And 7

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lectures 6 & 7: Methods & Gender Prof. Elwert 1 950s are a common r eference point for conversation about f amilies. 1950s are not a g ood time to connect to n ow and was an unusual time. 1960s were a time o f great change

  • 9 Pages Lecture 12
    Lecture 12

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 12 Sex Prof. Elwert Sexual orientation is an umbrella term. Preferences are who p eople are attracted to. Behavior is what p eople actually do. I dentity describes the p rocess of a classification into d isinct typ

  • 6 Pages Lecture 11
    Lecture 11

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 11 Sexual Orientation Jacki Hartley Review Race and the American Family II Hispanic & Asian families Racial intermarriage History, racial threat, anti-miscegenation legislation 1 Preview Sexual Orientation Im

  • 15 Pages Lecture 8
    Lecture 8

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 8: Social Class Prof. F. Elwert Young boys and girls learn what they expect o f them in terms of g ender behavior through the media. Subconscious where r outines get internalized. The women that makes less m oney w

  • 7 Pages Lecture 5
    Lecture 5

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 5 U.S. History II: The 20th Century Prof. F. Elwert Review With the first women's m ovement (Seneca Falls) demonstrated coverture. End of coverture was in 1993 after taking away the h usband's last right to a women

  • 7 Pages Lecture 4
    Lecture 4

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Christianization meant dramatic change to how families were organized and constituted. 1. Spritiual godkinship 2. No remarrying (after being a widow or divorce) 3. Cannot marry a close kin 4. Church practically disobeyed d

  • 6 Pages Lecture 3
    Lecture 3

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 3 Early European Family History Prof. Elwert There is no one "natural" or best way to organize the family because as we study family forms, we see that the human kind has figured out many different way to structure

  • 8 Pages Lecture 2
    Lecture 2

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    Section Changes Section assignments are fixed. We can only consider (but not promise!) section changes due to extreme circumstances (e.g. conflicting course meetings)." If you have a compelling reason, please email Yun (yuncho@wisc.edu) by tonight, Sept

  • 10 Pages Lecture 15 copy
    Lecture 15 Copy

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 15: Work and Families I Prof. Elwert First Midterm Preliminary!Grade!Distribu-on! Preliminary!Grade! Point!Range! Exams!In!Range! A! 74<83! 16%! AB! 69<73! 20%! B! 62<68! 23%! BC! 58<62! 17%! C! 52<57! 13%! D! 47<5

  • 16 Pages Sociology_120_Midterm_Review
    Sociology_120_Midterm_Review

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    Sociology120MidtermReview 22:51 Lecture 1: Introduction Private Family 5 criteria Two or more individuals Intimate Relationship Expectation to last indefinitely People live in the same household Pool their income and household labor Public Family 3 criter

  • Pages News Reflection 2
    News Reflection 2

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    Cassandra Gonzalez Soc 120: Prof. Marcy Carlson TA: Yun Cho Wednesday, March 26, 2014 News Reflection #2: Race The Economist news article Criminal Justice: Throwing Away the Key (2013) discusses how race effects length of prison sentence, often sentences

  • 2 Pages Soc 120 5: decline of the Victorian Ideal
    Soc 120 5: Decline Of The Victorian Ideal

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    Soc1205 19901935 declineoftheVictorianideal dropinbirthrateleadtoanincreaseinprivacy,increaseindivorcerate,increase inthemarriagerateaswell thepromiseoftheindustrialrevolutionisrealizedformanyAmericansbecause morepeoplehaveopportunityforwealth firstsexu

  • 3 Pages Soc 120 4: Protestant Reformation
    Soc 120 4: Protestant Reformation

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    Soc1204 Protestantreformation(16thcentury) ChangedthewaytheChristianhierarchyshouldwork Loosenedtherestrictionsonthefamilypreviouslyimposed Closerdegreesofmarriage Permitsremarriageforwidows Mortmainthedeadhand,oncethechurchgrabsontoapropertytheyholdonto

  • 3 Pages Soc 120 3: The NA, a society without husbands or fathers
    Soc 120 3: The NA, A Society Without Husbands Or Fathers

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    Soc1203 TheNA:asocietywithouthusbandsorfathers Awomanschildrenstaywithherforlife,bothsonsanddaughters Therehasneverbeenarecognizedceremonyofmarriagethataffirmedtheir unioninfrontofthecommunity Menandwomanwouldsneakilymeetatnight Themanwouldknockonthewoma

  • 2 Pages Soc 120 2: Kinship
    Soc 120 2: Kinship

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    Soc1202 Kinshipwhoyouarerelatedto,determineswhowewillassistandwhowillcome toouraid usuallystudiedbysocialanthropologists differentwaysoforganizingfamilylife,andthereforesociety lineageagroupofpeopletiedbydescent(coincideswithinheritance) patrilinealex:mo

  • 2 Pages Soc 1: The American Family is Trbouled Because
    Soc 1: The American Family Is Trbouled Because

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    Soc 120- 1 Slide 1: the American family is troubled because - typical men and women roles in the family are no longer happening - americans today are getting divorced at high rates - cohabitation men and women live together, having sex without being marri

  • 2 Pages Lecture 8
    Lecture 8

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    Lecture 8 Biological Influences Biology has a role in gender formation o Biological sex determined at conception o Gestational sex hormones influence gendered behavior Ex: Aggressiveness, nurturing drive High androgens lead to interest in strenuous act

  • 2 Pages Gender News Reflection
    Gender News Reflection

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    Bobbie Briggs Sociology 120: Marriage and Family February 25, 2013 News Reflection: Gender In the New York Times article Why Gender Equality Stalled (Coontz 2013) the author discusses the decreasing impact of the book The Feminine Mystique by Betty Frieda

  • 2 Pages Same Sex Marriage News Reflection
    Same Sex Marriage News Reflection

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    Bobbie Briggs Sociology 120: Marriage and Family May 1, 2013 News Reflection: Same Sex Marriage In the New York Times article Amid Much Tumult, France Approves Marriage for All (Sayare 2013) the author discusses the French Parliaments passing of the sames

  • 2 Pages  Race News Reflection
    Race News Reflection

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    Bobbie Briggs Sociology 120 3/13/13 Race and Family: News Reflection In the New York Times article Caught between Hong Kongs Two Systems (Yang 2013) the author discusses Hong Kongs unique school system, which was introduced in 2006 for the minority groups

  • 2 Pages Lecture 1
    Lecture 1

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  • 2 Pages Soc 120 6: 1950s, postwar
    Soc 120 6: 1950s, Postwar

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    Soc1206 1950s postwardomesticity,suburbanization increasingmobilization Americansmoveintonewhomes shifttothedomesticwayoflife womenaremorelikelytospendtheirtimeathomenow socalledgoldenageofthefamilywasactuallyahighlyunusualperiodforthe Americanfamily fer

  • 2 Pages Soc 120 7 The scientific approach
    Soc 120 7 The Scientific Approach

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    Soc1207 Thescientificapproach Objectivity Drawingconclusionsfromdataregardlessofonespersonalopinions,beliefsand values Objectivityrequirestraining,effortandconstantcriticalselfreflection cognitivedissonanceatraitofthehumanmind,thatwetendtodiscount evide

  • 2 Pages Lecture 2: Kinship
    Lecture 2: Kinship

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    Kinship Who youre related to o Kinship organizes society Who youre related to determines whom you have to assist and who will come to your aid Fox (1967): Kinship is a weapon in the struggle for survival If you had kin, you had help o Many different k

  • 3 Pages Hearing loss
    Hearing Loss

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    Sensorineural Hearing Loss What causes sensorineural hearing loss? What are its effects on hearing? What is it like to have a sensorineural hearing loss? Why is it important to screen infants for hearing loss? How do modern-day hearing aids work? Ho

  • 1 Page Cherlin pages 45-48
    Cherlin Pages 45-48

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    Cherlin: Pages 45-48 American Indian Families: The Primacy of the Tribe American Indian: subset of the original, indigenous people who had settled in North America thousands of years before Columbus, those who had settled in the territory that later beca

  • 1 Page What’s Love Got to Do With It
    What’s Love Got To Do With It

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    Whats Love Got to Do With It? Pages 30-35 With Prince Charles and Dianas divorce, people realized its unrealistic to have high expectations for happiness in marriage o Nobody even believed in marrying for love India: falling in love before married is di

  • 2 Pages Discussion 2
    Discussion 2

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    Discussion #2: European family many roots o Roman, Greeks o Jewish, Old Testament o Germanics, Celts o Wider Eurasian Context Features o Small family o Monogamous o Bilateral Kinship/Inheritance o Later marriages men 26 women 23 Heavy influence from Churc

  • 4 Pages Lecture 4: Reformation
    Lecture 4: Reformation

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    Lecture 4 Reformation (1500+) Changed the way Christian hierarchy thought, but didnt mean people listened Strong impact on Church law Loosened restrictions o Permits closer degrees of marriage (makes marriage easier) o Permits remarriage for widows Lu

  • 3 Pages Lecture 5: 1990-1935
    Lecture 5: 1990-1935

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    Lecture 5 1900-1935 Decline of the Victorian ideal o Drop in birthrate (greater privacy: fewer kids, live with kids for less time, more time with spouse alone), increase in divorce rate (moral panic), but also in marriage rate greater economic wealth bec

  • 3 Pages Lecture 6: The Scientific Approach
    Lecture 6: The Scientific Approach

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    Lecture 6 The Scientific Approach Objectivity: quality of a research project o Drawing conclusions from data regardless of personal opinions, beliefs, or values o Objectivity is difficult. It requires training, effort, and constant critical self-reflecti

  • 2 Pages Lecture 7: Gender
    Lecture 7: Gender

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    Lecture 7 What is gender? Not a polite word for sex Sex Versus Gender Sex: o Biological creation (fixed) o The biological features distinguishing men and women (people are born man or woman) Chromosomal sex XX=female XY=male Sex organs Rare excepti

  • 3 Pages Lecture 3: Variety and Diversity of Family Forms
    Lecture 3: Variety And Diversity Of Family Forms

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    Variety & Diversity of Family Forms Great variety of kinship systems, family, both throughout history and in present times Case in point: some societies dont even know marriage/fatherhood NA Chinese minority (a society without husbands and fathers) o S

  • 2 Pages Lecture 1: The American Family
    Lecture 1: The American Family

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    What is the American Family? Father brings home food, mother is the homemaker Americans today getting divorced quickly, 40% of 1st marriages Cohabitation: having sex without marriage, living together o Families have changed, used to be one social insti

  • 5 Pages Lecture 2
    Lecture 2

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    Lecture 3

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    Lecture 4

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  • 7 Pages Divorce
    Divorce

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    Soc 120: Marriage and the Family Lecture 19: Divorce I Prof. Elwert grandparenting is new; ppl used to die to young or too many siblings to spend quality time redistribute wealth so old wouldn't be poor; 60's and 70's S S was broadened and SS insurance wa

  • 9 Pages Change at Home and Abroad Lecture
    Change At Home And Abroad Lecture

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  • 2 Pages News Reflection3
    News Reflection3

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    Sociology 120 12/4/11 News Reflection #3 Raising a Teenager? Whats Not to Hate? By Alessandra Stanley: This article focuses on how the mediaspecifically television showsdepict parenting skills to the rest of society. These programs illustrate parenting in

  • 2 Pages News Reflection2
    News Reflection2

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    Sociology 120 10/25/11 News Reflection #2 Children of gay families more likely to be poor study by Lauren Keiper: This article addresses the negative economic effect of same-sex couples on children. These children are just as happy and healthy as children

  • 2 Pages News Reflection 1
    News Reflection 1

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    Elwert Sociology 120 News Reflection #1 Single-Sex Education Is Assailed in Report by Tamar Lewin: This article blasts the issue of single-sex education and states that reducing the opportunity for both sexes to work together is extremely detrimental to t

  • 4 Pages SocShortPaper
    SocShortPaper

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    Course: Marriage And Family

    Throughout history, there have been numerous observed changes within the American family. The way families from our grandparents generation used to run and operate vastly differs from the way families function today. There are several factors that contrib

  • 4 Pages SOC FINAL
    SOC FINAL

    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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    School: Wisconsin

    Course: Marriage And Family

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